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README.md

The Method Podcast

The Method is an open source, peer reviewed podcast about the state of science. We are a team of scientists and science-lovers who want to improve the quality, inclusivity, and productivity of our conversations about science.

Just as an open source community can improve the quality of code, we are creating a platform for the scientific community to improve the quality of our conversations about what is working in science and what is not.

Subscribe to our mailing list to keep in touch!

Getting Started

As an open source podcast, our listeners are also our content contributors. We need scientists and science-lovers to listen to our podcast episodes and respond with their own opinions, experiences, stories, references, and constructive feedback. After reviewing CONTRIBUTING.md, have your say:

There are so many ways to contribute!

Find upcoming episode topics, outstanding issues, and things to do on our Projects Page.

Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for the details on contributing your content, our Code of Conduct, and the best ways to get involved.

Code of Conduct and Mozilla Global Sprint Participation Guidelines

Providing a welcoming and supportive environment for all people, regardless of background or identity, is the highest priority in our community. Please review The Method's Code of Conduct and Mozilla Community Participation Guidelines before contributing!

What are we up to?

To learn more about what we are doing, refer to The Method Roadmap for our short-, medium-, and long-term plans.

License

This project is licensed under the MIT License and CC-BY 4.0 - see the LICENSE.md file for details.

Acknowledgments

Special thanks to the Mozilla Science Lab, the MOZWOW 2017 cohort, OpenCon Alum 2014-2016, Kurtis Baute, and Jacob Moeller.